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    Old player here and I'm brushing up on some march blocking rules

    Hi all and nice to be here. I am a old wood elf player bringing back the old pieces and freshening up with some new ones.

    Regarding march blocking, what are the rules if you're march-blocking a flying model?


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    The rule is, there is no rule. You can't march block a flyer or unit of flyers.

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    Well technically he is marched blocked if he chooses to use his normal movement, like lets say a Pegasus unit wants to move into woods for some reason, they will be marched block. If they use there flying movement though, it's always 20", when you fly your not marching, so you can move however far you like, up to 20".

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